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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Healthcare assistant; it's where you help look after disabled/ old people usually in a nursing home or hospital/ hospice environment.
    Oh, I dunno if i want to do that, might be good to do if i dont get any offers from ucas which will probably happen to me since I currently have 3 rejections but i guess ill think about it
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    Oh, I dunno if i want to do that, might be good to do if i dont get any offers from ucas which will probably happen to me since I currently have 3 rejections but i guess ill think about it
    It's very useful to do if you're considering working in healthcare and a lot of places let you work when you want. Retail will steal your soul (speaking from personal experience)
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    It's very useful to do if you're considering working in healthcare and a lot of places let you work when you want. Retail will steal your soul (speaking from personal experience)
    I have been curios about working in healthcare, but i fell stupid when it comes to the prospect of being a doctor so ill definitley consider this
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    do you have any childcare experience? babysitting/part-time nanny position could be a good fit if you have experience, there are a few apps now for finding childcare work- i use bubble which is one of them, really good for finding ad hoc babysitting jobs
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    (Original post by Juvilation)
    Long-story short, I've been applying for jobs for a year and a half now and still nothing.

    I've tried all the big shops and small ones near me,I've tried city centres and shopping malls, I've tried cafe's and restaurants, I tried going back to my work experience place but they said they don't have any vacancies.

    I'm kinda stumped on what to do I guess, I also know this is kinda the worst period to look for work, but i'm kinda desperate as I don't wanna stay at home all the fukin time doing nothing all the time.

    I just really want some advice as it is.
    Hi There,

    Have you tried the Employment 4 Students website?

    http://www.e4s.co.uk/

    If would like an adviser to support you with things like your CV, interview skills, application forms etc. We are here to help you and make sure you're in the strongest possible position to successfully find employment. We are available every day 8am until 10pm you can chat to us online through the following link:

    https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home

    Best of luck with your employment search.

    Sophie - National Careers Service
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    Hi There,

    Have you tried the Employment 4 Students website?

    http://www.e4s.co.uk/

    If would like an adviser to support you with things like your CV, interview skills, application forms etc. We are here to help you and make sure you're in the strongest possible position to successfully find employment. We are available every day 8am until 10pm you can chat to us online through the following link:

    https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home

    Best of luck with your employment search.

    Sophie - National Careers Service
    tried the e4s website, wouldn't say its the best out there. annoying pop-ups/quite a few out of date listings/so many "take this survey!" jobs
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    tried the e4s website, wouldn't say its the best out there. annoying pop-ups/quite a few out of date listings/so many "take this survey!" jobs
    Hi,

    Sorry to hear you didn't find that site helpful.

    Networking can be a good way to find employment both full and part time.

    If you use social media sites like Twitter and LinkedIn you might come across a lot of positions that you didn't know existed. Every local Job Centre Plus has a Twitter account and they regularly post job opportunities.

    More and more employers are using social media as a way to recruit, I hope that suggestion helps.

    Thanks,

    Sophie.
 
 
 
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